Todd Swift has arranged to have Jim Gallagher of the Texas Agrilife Extension Service in Uvalde speak at the Sixth Annual Pedernales Wildlife Management Coop Meeting to be held at 4:00pm on Saturday, October 24, in the PEC Auditorium in Johnson City.
Jim Gallagher has worked in forestry, range, animal science, and wildlife during his career, including four years as a biologist, administrator, and game warden for the U.S. Army and ten years with the Texas Parks and Wildlife before joining Agrilife Extension in 2006. Dr. Gallagher will be speaking on “Predators and the Economic and Environmental/Ecological Considerations in Dealing and Living with Our Two- and Four-Legged Predators.” Dr. Gallagher has his Bachelor of Science degree from the State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse New York (where he grew up hunting and fishing in the Adirondack Mountains). His Master of Science and PhD in Wildlife and Fisheries Science he received from Texas A&M University. Dr. Gallagher is a TAMU Assistant Professor and Extension Wildlife Specialist in the Wildlife and Fisheries Science Department.
Please “Save the Date” and plan to attend our sixth annual Pedernales Wildlife Management Coop meeting at 4:00pm on October 24. This is free to the public